Get your Ducks fix here…
As a fan of the Oregon Ducks, you can’t get enough coverage when it comes to your team. Whether it’s midseason or midsummer, you need your team and you need your news.
Here are five places to go for everything Ducks throughout the year:
NW Sports Beat (nwsportsbeat.com)
Looking for breaking news? Stats from last night’s game? Entertaining blog entries?
Look no further.
Ducks game recaps, handicapping, matchups, stats, odds, game previews, player analysis, athlete profiles, the NWSB has everything you need.
Along with up-to-date information regarding the Ducks football and basketball teams, NW Sports Beat has feature pieces posted regularly with the opinion and perspective that you love to read about.
Addicted To Quack (addictedtoquack.com)
Addicted to Quack is the SB Nation Blog for the Oregon Ducks.
The sometimes-sarcastic style of this blog can be a refreshing read from the straight-forward reporting of the mainstream media.
You’ll still find stats and updates, but the friendly feel of this blog is good for both the avid fans and the casual ones as well.
Oregon Ducks Official Website (goducks.com)
As the official site of Oregon athletics, Go Ducks provides everything you need to keep tabs on your team.
While there is a small blogging portion of the site, you won’t find many lengthy feature pieces. However, if you’re looking for straight information in one user-friendly location, Go Ducksis a great place to turn.
Schedules, statistics, and analysis can all be found on the site’s main page, as well as the ability to buy tickets to see your team play live.
Entrance to games—and the gear to show your spirit—can be purchased online, which is a feature not many media outlets are going to have.
The Oregonian’s online publication is a great spot to visit for Oregon Ducks news.
Beat writers and columnists flood the site with fantastic content every single day. While the beat writers keep you updated on the day-to-day happenings, the columnists provide thoughtful opinion pieces on what makes the game interesting both on and off the field.
The Oregonian is great too; but in today’s age of instant media, you can jump on your computer and see what’s happening not just that week or that day, but in that very moment.
750 AM The Game (750thegame.com)
The drive home from work each day can be a stale one, so turning on 750 AM The Game can help make the time fly by while you’re sitting in traffic.
With local segments in the morning, afternoon and evening, you can turn on the station at virtually any time and hear analysis from some of the best radio personalities in the area.
If it’s football and basketball season, expect daily coverage.
If it’s the offseason, they’ll keep you up to date on how the team is progressing, all while making the countdown to the season an enjoyable one.